The National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) has relocated its Capitol Hill office to the organization’s new corporate headquarters at 1 Massachusetts Avenue NW, one block west of Union Station and just a few blocks from the United States Capitol building. Located at the corner of Massachusetts Avenue and North Capitol Street, the office suite is in the National Guard Memorial Museum Building.
In February, the NRB Board of Directors approved a recommendation to relocate the corporate headquarters to Capitol Hill. Commenting on the action, Dr. Jerry A. Johnson, President & CEO of NRB, said, “This action is both historic and timely. For more than 70 years, NRB has faithfully represented its members’ public policy concerns in Washington, without having its entire operation based on Capitol Hill. With growing concerns among our members about their First Amendment rights to proclaim the Gospel, moving NRB’s headquarters to Capitol Hill will more effectively serve our members’ interests.”
Aaron Mercer, Vice President of Government Relations, and James A. Smith Sr., Vice President of Communications, began operating out of the new office on June 27.
NRB’s Manassas staff will move into the new space on July 23, with the entire operation functioning out of Washington, D.C., on July 25. Until then, inquiries and requests should be directed to the Manassas office.
Effective July 25, please update your contact information:
National Religious Broadcasters
1 Massachusetts Ave NW, Suite 333
Washington, DC 20001
By NRB Staff
Published: July 14, 2016